Premier show of Teacher, Rs. 50K for Maiti Nepal

The premier show of Shovit Basnet’s upcoming movie ‘Teacher was held in Kathmandu on June 5. A The film production team handed over Rs. 50,000 cash to Anuradha Koirala of Maiti Nepal during the premier show. The money will be med in the purchase of earthquake relief materials in Nuwakot.

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The chief guest of the event was CPN-UML leader Ram Narazan Bidari . Various artists, journalists and other people were present in the ceremony.

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Dhuwani in Censor problem

The censor board has been criticized for harassing film makers by objecting on non-critical stuffs. One example of the failure of Censor Board is the latest re-release of ‘ATM‘ on the order of court after facing ban from Censor Board for more than half a year.

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Now, another movie ‘Dhuwani’ has been stopped by the Censor Board objecting on a simple dialogue. The movie made on girls trafficking in Nepal is objected on a dialogue stating higher demand of Nepali girls in China. The filmmakers say that the statement is based on the report of Maiti Nepal, a NGO working on trafficking.

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Anuradha Koirala arrival – Political leaders and the government ignored the CNN Hero

The government has ignored the internationally acclaimed CNN Hero 2010 winner and social worker, Anuradha Koirala, during her arrival in Kathmandu after receiving the award. It was not only the government, none of the political parties thought of sending a representative to congratulate and welcome the Hero.

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Anuradha Koirala named the CNN Hero of the Year 2010

The CNN Hero of the Year 2010, hosted every year by the American television network, CNN, was declared today, Novemeber 20, 2010. The winner of this year’s title is Nepali social worker and founder of Maiti Nepal, Anuradha Koirala. Anuradha and the team was instrumented in rescuing more than 12,000 women and girls being sold as sex slaves.

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The final Hero in the contest was chosen by public poll conducted at CNN.com.

Each of the top 10 CNN Heroes will receive $25,000 to continue their humble effort. Anuradha, the Hero, will receive an additional $100,000 to spend in her effort in Maiti Nepal.

Here are the 2010 top 10 CNN Heroes in alphabeti
cal order are:

  1. Guadalupe Arizpe De La Vega – 74-year-old – founder of a hospital in Juarez, Mexico
  2. Susan Burton, USA, through her nonprofit provides sober housing and other support to formerly incarcerated women.
  3. Linda Fondren, USA, with her fitness and nutritation classes has helped people loose weight.
  4. Anuradha Koirala, Nepal, helped reduce girls trafficking and sexual exploitation in Nepal ince 1993.
  5. Narayanan Krishnan, India, served meals ot homeless and destitute Indians.
  6. Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow – provides free daily meals to more than 400,000 children around the world.
  7. Harmon Parker – since 1997 has helped build 45 footbridges over rivers in Kenya and protect people from flash floods and predatory animals.
  8. Aki Ra, Cambodia, helps local by clearing land mines – and helped clear about 50,000 mines and unexploded weapons.
  9. Evans Wadongo, 23, Kenya, distributed 10,000 solar lanterns to re
    place smoky kerosene and firelight.
  10. Dan Wallrath, USA, has provided mortgate-free homes to the soldiers injured in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Congratulation Anuradha Koirala – The CNN Hero of the Year 2010

We knew it! And, I feel proud to be one of the voters to make it happen! Congratulation to Anuradha Koirala and all the well-wishers and voters who helped her to make it.

American television network, CNN has announced its CNN Hero of the Year 2010, and the winner is our own Anuradha Koirala. Loved by everybody, including 12,000 women and girls rescued from being sold as sex slaves, Anuradha was named the hero today.

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She was chosen by a public poll, that ran for 8 weeks in CNN.com. As the CNN Hero, Anuradha will receive $100,000 to continue her work in Maiti Nepal. (Photo credits CNN)

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